On November 20th, Trans Day of Remembrance, PSAC mourns and commemorates the trans, two-spirit and non-binary people who have lost their lives to transphobia.
In October and November, PSAC joined various Canadian unions and development organizations to host a visit and cross-country tour of Canada by three Colombian civic strike leaders.
PSAC’s negotiating team reached a tentative agreement with NAV CANADA last evening. This affects just over 300 members working at NAV CANADA locations across the country.
PSAC is taking action in response to Parks Canada Agency's failure to meet the implementation deadline for the latest collective agreement.
For several years, the Phoenix payroll system has been incorrectly collecting membership dues from nearly 150,000 members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada.
Activists representing PSAC’s Directly Chartered Locals (DCLs) gathered in Montreal from November 2 - 4 to discuss strategies to build membership strength and win better working conditions for thei
Today, PSAC is launching video ads and a petition in support of our union’s ongoing campaign for a universal, affordable, and quality child care system.
The PSAC and the UPCE National Executive is appalled to learn that Canada Post management has decided to discontinue sick leave provisions for CUPW employees during rotating strikes.
PSAC-CIU has successfully challenged, through a policy grievance, a Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) breach of the Border Services (FB) collective agreement that expired June 20, 2014.
The PSAC/UTE bargaining team met with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) on October 23-25 to continue negotiations for a new collective agreement.
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Last week, RCMP officers arrested and detained several Wet’suwet’en people on their unceded territory while they were defending their land from a major pipeline development.
The shock of Friday’s bus crash in Ottawa deepened for many PSAC members as we learned that all three fatalities of the crash were public service workers, two of them PSAC members.
Today, approximately 800,000 US federal public service workers will not get paid because of President Trump’s forced, and reckless government shutdown.